What Is The Result

Herds that become infected with airborne pathogens of pigs sustain reproductive complications and destabilization, mortality, and growth performance inefficiencies.  The end result is economic loss that can be very significant.

While all airborne pathogens of pigs have the potential to be economically significant if not identified and managed, the most significant is PRRS.

What the experts are saying…

Our farm was breaking with a new PRRS strain more than 1 time per year.  In many cases, the virus could be traced to local area finishing sites.  In the summer of 2008 we filtered our farm.  Our working lives have changed completely since.  We can focus our time on husbandry instead of mortality hauling.  The air quality for all of us is better also.  We are no longer living in fear each day of the health status of our neighboring producers.

Nona Rassmussen , Farrowing Department Manager

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